[Air-L] Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Annual Conference

Scott Wright scott.wright at monash.edu
Thu Feb 18 17:02:53 PST 2021

Hi everyone, a reminder that the deadline is approaching - but abstracts
are short so you have time to apply!

Cheers, Scott

*Australian and New Zealand Communication Association Annual Conference*

Melbourne Australia | July 6–9 2021

Hosted by the Media and Communications Program, School of Culture and
Communication, University of Melbourne

Abstract and panel proposal submission for the 2021 Australian and New
Zealand Communication Association Annual Conference is now open! The
Conference will take place from 6-9 July 2021 at the University of
Melbourne, with the option for delegates to attend in person or virtually
for those who are unable to travel.

This year’s conference, which begins with a one-day postgraduate
pre-conference, will centre on the theme of ‘Community, Authority and Power
<http://anzca.org/conference/2021/cfp/>’, focusing on the wide range of
ways in which communication actors, industries, practices and technologies
are implicated in how power is exercised, reproduced, resisted and

We welcome submissions for papers and panels on a wide range of topics in
contemporary communication, digital media and cultural studies, as well as
related areas such as journalism, political and historical studies,
sociology and creative practice. Further information, including speaker
details, is available on the ANZCA 2021 website, which will be updated
regularly in the lead-up to the conference.

Information on the event can be found here

To submit an abstract or panel proposal for the Conference, click here

For abstract and panel submission information, click here

*The deadline for submissions is Friday 26 February 2021.*

We look forward to your submission!

Professor of Political Communication and Journalism
School of Media, Film and Journalism
Monash University


*Current Grants:*
ARC Discovery: Evaluating the Challenge of ‘Fake News’ and Other
Malinformation (w/Bruns, Harrington, Angus, Stromer-Galley, Wahl-Jorgensen
- DP200101317)

ARC Linkage: Amplifying Indigenous News: A Digital Intervention (w/Nolan,
Waller, McCallum, Simons, Radoll - partners: Guardian and IndigenousX -

*Recent Articles*

Beratis, D. and Wright, S. (In Press) Election Night Broadcasts and the
Hybrid Media System: a case study of Australia, International Journal of

Wright, S. Nolan, D. (In Press) The Development of Data Journalism in
China: Influences, Motivations and Practice. *Digital Journalism.*

Jones, C., Trott, V., and Wright, S. (2020), Sluts and soyboys: MGTOW and
the production of misogynistic online harassment", New Media & Society,

Wong, S.C. and Wright, S. (2020) Hybrid Media Mediation Opportunity
Structure? A case Study of the Anti-National Education Movement, New Media
& Society, 22(10): 1741-1762.

Jones, C., Wright, S. and Trott, V. (2020) ‘The Pussy Ain’t worth it,
Bros!’ The Discourse and Structure of MGTOW, Information, Communication &
Society. 23(6): 908-925.

Wright, S., Graham, T. and Jackson, D. (2020), When Journalists Go Guardian
“Below the Line”: Comment Spaces at the Guardian (2006-2017). Journalism
Studies, 21(1): 107-126.

Farhall, K., Wright, S., Carson, A. and Lukamto, W. (2019), Political
Elites’ Use of Fake News Discourse Across Communications Platforms,
Journal of Communication, 13: 4353–4375.

Wright, S. and Higginbotham, W. (2019), Delineating and Assessing Cultural
Relations: The case of Asialink, The International Journal of Communication.
13: 1487-1506.

Wright, S. and Doyle, K. (2019), The Evolution of Data Journalism: A case
study of Australia, Journalism Studies, 20(13): 1811-827.

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